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Bridgewater Council Approves Road, Sewer Work Contracts

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A number of new road and sewer project contracts were awarded to various companies for work to be done through Bridgewater Township.

The contracts, and other resolutions, were approved unanimously by the Bridgewater Township Council at a recent council meeting.

Top Line Construction Corp. was awarded a contract for the Adamsville Road and Sunnyside Terrace Road Improvement Project. The Adamsville Road portion of the project will extend from Route 22 to Union Avenue and Route 28, while the other half will encompass the entire length of Sunnyside Terrace.

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The total project cost is $272,629, and will be funded through the township’s 2017 Capital Fund.

The council also authorized a change order in the contract to Pillari Brother Construction Corp. for the Leghorn Avenue Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation and Restoration project. The original contract amount will be increased $110,000, from $2,238,888 to $2,349,888.

The project will be funded through the township’s 2016 Capital Sewer Fund.

A change of scope was authorized in a professional services contract with Keller and Kirkpatrick, Inc., which increased the contract price from $41,700 to $47,540. The $5,840 increase, which is being funded through the township’s 2016 Capital Fund, is for additional construction observation services for the Colonial Way Road Improvement Project.

A professional services contract was awarded by the council to ANS Consultants, Inc. for $18,350, for soil sampling and environmental testing as part of the Pine Street Sanitary Sewer and Road Restoration Project. The project will be funded through the township’s 2017 Capital Sewer Fund.

Asphalt Paving Systems, Inc. was awarded a contract for $280,859 for maintenance and repair work, for the sealing of road chips and the 2017 micro-surfacing project. It will be funded through the township’s 2017 Capital Fund.

Aside from this maintenance work, the council awarded a contract for $43,087 to G.O. Keller, Inc. of Plainfield for the 2018 dry cleaning of Bridgewater Township’s police uniforms. It also awarded the township’s 2017-18 snow removal service to RJS Associates Landscaping, Inc. of Bridgewater, and increased the award from $39,000 to a maximum of $75,000.

A contract for $44,123 went to Beyer Ford of East Hanover for one fully-equipped and marked black-and-white 2017 Ford Interceptor Sedan/Police Vehicle. That purchase will be funded through the Safe Corridors Grant.

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